So I have said it before, we like to keep you up to date on what's happening right here at the Jersey Shore and this is another instance that we wanna keep you up to date with the latest information.

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That being said, I have found that the easiest way to get the information, or as we call it the "scoop" ....is to ask local residents, and usually, you come through with the details and we love to then share with everyone.

So here is the latest question, what is going on in Barnegat? I was recently driving through Southern Ocean County and I spotted this construction site and of course, I said to myself "what is this going to be?" The construction is located at Route Nine near Taylor Lane.

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So we have a two-part question for YOU to help us with....what is this going to be and/or what would you like this to become? Leave your comments and we thank you for helping us help others who may be wondering as well.

I do assume that the fact they are already clearing this area, they know what's going to be put in this spot....question is, what? I'll continue to keep an eye out as I travel the Jersey Shore and bring to you the latest on what's happening in your towns, part of what we love about working here at the Shore with 92.7 WOBM

 

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